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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The Keystone was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
Topic: Jewelry trade--Periodicals
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Nov 12, 2021
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The Keystone was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
Topic: Jewelry trade--Periodicals
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The Keystone was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
Topic: Jewelry trade--Periodicals
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Nov 12, 2021
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The Keystone was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
Topic: Jewelry trade--Periodicals
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Nov 12, 2021
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The Keystone was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
Topic: Jewelry trade--Periodicals
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Nov 4, 2021 K. K. Hofmineralien-Kabinet (Vienna, Austria). Bibliothek.
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Zweite vermehrte und umgeänderte Auflage / neu geordnet auf Grundlage der von weiland Custos Partsch verfassten ersten Auflage, von Albrecht Schrauf.
Topic: Mineralogy--Bibliography--Catalogs
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Oct 29, 2021
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The Keystone was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
Topic: Jewelry trade--Periodicals
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Oct 28, 2021
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The Keystone was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
Topic: Jewelry trade--Periodicals
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The Keystone was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
Topic: Jewelry trade--Periodicals
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Oct 28, 2021
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The Keystone was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
Topics: Jewelry trade--Periodicals, Clocks and watches--Periodicals
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Oct 26, 2021
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The Keystone was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
Topics: Jewelry trade--Periodicals, Clocks and watches--Periodicals
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Oct 26, 2021
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The Keystone was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
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Oct 12, 2021
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The Keystone was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
Topics: Jewelry trade--Periodicals, Clocks and watches--Periodicals
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The Keystone was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
Topics: Jewelry trade--Periodicals, Clocks and watches--Periodicals
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Oct 12, 2021
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The Keystone was established as a house organ in 1881.--Jewelers' Circular-Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe (1896-1905)....
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The Keystone was established as a house organ in 1881.--Jewelers' Circular-Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe (1896-1905)....
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The Keystone was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The Keystone was established as a house organ in 1881.--Jewelers' Circular-Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe (1896-1905)....
Topics: Jewelry trade--Periodicals, Clocks and watches--Periodicals
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Oct 7, 2021
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The Keystone was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
Topics: Jewelry trade--Periodicals, Clocks and watches--Periodicals
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Sep 28, 2021
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The  Keystone  was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
Topics: Jewelry trade--Periodicals, Clocks and watches--Periodicals
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Sep 28, 2021
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The  Keystone  was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
Topics: Jewelry trade--Periodicals, Clocks and watches--Periodicals
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Sep 24, 2021
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The  Keystone  was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
Topics: Jewelry trade--Periodicals, Clocks and watches--Periodicals
[5th ed.] Spine title: Jewelers' Weekly complete directory of the jewelry trade 1897 At head of title: Fifth year Includes indexes to: Advertisers: p. 6-7; Buyers: p. 8-15 Partial contents: Diamond table [price per carat] -- Gold tables [prices]: 10 karat, 12 karat, 14 karat, 18 karat -- Silversmiths' table [prices] -- Wage table (showing amount of wages earned from 1 hr to 6 days at from $8.00 to $25.00 per week).
Topics: Jewelers--United States--Directories, Jewelry trade--United States--Directories,...
[4th ed.] Spine title: Jewelers' Weekly complete directory of the jewelry trade 1895 At head of title: Fourth year Includes indexes to: Advertisers: p. 6-7: Trade marks, Tables, Buyers: p. 8-15. Partial contents: Sterling silver trade marks -- Silver plate trade marks -- Cut glass trade marks -- Wage table (showing amount of wages earned from 1 hr to 6 days at from $8.00 to $25.00 per week) -- Diamond table [price per carat] -- Gold tables [prices]: 10 karat, 12 karat, 14 karat, 18 karat --...
Topics: Jewelers--United States--Directories, Jewelry trade--United States--Directories,...
[3rd ed.] Spine title: Jewelers' Weekly complete directory of the jewelry trade 1893-4 At head of title: Third year Includes indexes to: States, Cities, Trade marks, Tables: p. [8]: Advertisers: p. 10-11: Buyers: p. 11-16. Partial contents: Sterling silver trade marks -- Silver plate trade marks -- Cut glass trade marks -- Diamond table [price per carat] -- Gold tables [prices]: 10 karat, 12 karat, 14 karat, 18 karat -- Silversmiths' table [prices] -- Wage table (showing amount of wages earned...
Topics: Jewelers--United States--Directories, Jewelry trade--United States--Directories,...
[2nd ed.] Spine title: Jewelers' Weekly complete directory of the jewelry trade 1892-3 At head of title: Second year. "Symbols employed" and "Errata" listed on verso of pref. Includes indexes to: States, Cities: p. [vi]; Advertisers: p. 2-3; Buyers: p. [4]-16.
Topics: Jewelers--United States--Directories, Jewelry trade--United States--Directories
Cover title: Jewelers' Weekly complete directory of the jewelry trade, 1891-1892 Spine title: L. Bauman Jewelry Co., St. Louis, Mo. : Jobbers in diamonds, watches, jewelry, clocks and materials Includes indexes to: State, Cities: p. [4]; Adverstisers: [6]-7; Buyers [8]-16.
Topics: Jewelers--United States--Directories, Jewelry trade--United States--Directories
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Sep 7, 2021
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The  Keystone  was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
Topics: Jewelry trade--Periodicals, Clocks and watches--Periodicals
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The  Keystone  was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The  Keystone  was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The  Keystone  was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The  Keystone  was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The  Keystone  was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
Topics: Jewelry trade--Periodicals, Clocks and watches--Periodicals
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Aug 31, 2021
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The Keystone was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
Topics: Jewelry trade--Periodicals, Clocks and watches--Periodicals
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Aug 30, 2021
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The Keystone was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41. Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe...
Topics: Jewelry trade--Periodicals, Clocks and watches--Periodicals
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Aug 30, 2021
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Jewelers' Circular, the first jewelry trade magazine, was founded in 1870. It had 4 roots: 1) the American Horological Journal, founded in 1869 and later merged with The Jewelers' Circular. 2) The Jewelers' Weekly, founded in 1885 and 3) The Jewelers' Review, founded in 1887. 4) The Keystone was established as a house organ in 1881.-​-​Jewelers' Circular-​Keystone, January 1935, p. 41 Name of publisher varies: Robert W. Robins (1887-1888) -- S. H. Steele (1893-1894) -- B. Thorpe (1896-...
Topics: Jewelry trade--Periodicals, Clocks and watches--Periodicals
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Aug 27, 2021
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Jewelers' Weekly, Vol. IX, no. 4A (November 21, 1889). Partial contents: American diamond cutting: portrait of Henry D. Morse, a pioneer diamond cutter (p. 51-52, 55-56, 59-60, 63-64). Article includes the following illustrations: Henry D. Morse; Cutter cleaving a diamond; Cutter cutting a diamond; Cutter polishing a diamond; Jeweler showing a finished diamond -- Gems among the Chinese (p. 74, 77) -- Saved by a diamond ring: an English Clergyman's story (p. [151-154).
Topics: Diamond cutting, Morse, Henry D., 1826-1888--Biography
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Aug 27, 2021 Kalkowsky, Ernst
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"Sonder-Abdruck aus der Zeitschrift der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft, Jahrgang 1906, Heft 3"...front cover.
Topic: Jade--Italy--Liguria (Region)
Nouvelle ed., entierement refondue et augmentee / par A. Romain. Cover title: Encyclopedie-Roret : Bijoutier joaillier et sertisseur
Topics: Jewelry, Gemology, Diamonds, Gem cutting, Precious stones, Valuation
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Aug 26, 2021 Pouget, Jean Henri Prosper, -1769
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Partial contents: Table chronologique et historique des principaux ordres de l'Europe -- Noms de Orfevres. "Catalogue des auteurs": p. [35]-39. References: Brunet, IV, col. 848. Summary:  "An extremely important work which is esteemed for its accurate statement of the everyday knowledge possessed by jewelers and experts in gems in France of the 18th century but perhaps even more highly valued for its many hundreds of carefully-drawn and engraved jewelry designs which appear upon...
Topics: Gems--Early works to 1800, Precious stones--Early works to 1800, Jewelry--France--History--18th...
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Aug 13, 2021 Jones, Fayette Alexander, 1859-
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New Mexico. State School of Mines. Mineral resources survey of New Mexico. Bulletin 1.
Topic: Mines and mineral resources--New Mexico
3d ed., with large improvements Includes tables of values for diamonds and pearls. "Unaltered printing of the second edition."-​-​Gemology by J. Sinkankas, entry no. 3201.
Topics: Diamonds--Early works to 1800, Diamonds--Prices--Early works to 1800, Pearls--Early works to 1800,...
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Aug 13, 2021 Purkiss, I. M.
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Illustrations signed L.E. Dugger. Summary: Polly gets caught up in the theft of a pearl necklace after promising to hide a mysterious package for a friend.
Topics: Jewelry theft--Juvenile fiction, Pearl jewelry--Juvenile fiction
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Aug 13, 2021 Jones, John
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"Reprinted. Identical [to the 1847 ed.]"--Gemology by J. Sinkankas, entry no. 3256. Cover title: Jewellery
Topic: Jewelry--History
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Aug 12, 2021 Joly, John, 1857-1933
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"Huxley lecture, delivered at the University of Birmingham on Oct. 30, 1912. Reprinted ... Published in Bedrock, London, January, 1913." In: Smithsonian institution. Annual report. 1914. Washington, 1915. 24 cm. p. 313-327. illus., 3 pl. on 2 l. Publication 2333
Topic: Radioactivity
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Aug 12, 2021 Jenney, Walter Proctor, 1849-1921
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Chicago Meeting, being part of the International Engineering Congress, August 1893. IN: Transactions of the American Institute of Mining Engineers.
Topics: Zinc, Lead mines and mining--United States--History
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Topics: Bible and geology, Religion and science, Creation
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Jul 30, 2021 Jameson, Henry Lyster
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Reprint from the Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, March 4, 1902. "[A]n important bibliography...​lists works from 1712 to 1901...An important paper."-​-​Gemology by J. Sinkankas, entry no. 3178. "Literature": p. 163-165.
Topics: Pearls, Trematoda, Parasites--Oysters
Includes bibliographic footnotes and index. Describes the uses in medicine of various precious stones. Noted in Gemology by J. Sinkankas, entry no. 5283. Latin and Greek text in parallel columns. 
Topics: Precious stones--Early works to 1800, Medicine, Ancient--Early works to 1800
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Jul 26, 2021 Jack, Robert Lockhart, 1878-
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Geological Survey of South Australia. Bulletin ; No. 10.
Topic: Building stones--South Australia
Hand-colored plates.
Topic: Mineralogy--Atlases
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A new ed., with an appendix on ore deposits and testing minerals with the blow-pipe. Noted in Gemology by J. Sinkankas, entry no. 4906. "Enthusiastical​ly written, oversimplified treatise purporting to furnish would-be prospectors with the knowledge necessary to insure success in seeking minerals, ores, and gemstones."-​-​Gemology by J. Sinkankas, entry no. 4904 (1872 ed.). "Ch 3 includes gemstones among the minimally-​described species; Ch 4 gives directions for hunting...
Topics: Prospecting, Mineralogy, Determinative
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A new ed., with additions. "Not seen."-​-​Gemology by J. Sinkankas, entry no. 4905. "Enthusiastical​ly written, oversimplified treatise purporting to furnish would-be prospectors with the knowledge necessary to insure success in seeking minerals, ores, and gemstones."-​-​Gemology by J. Sinkankas, entry no. 4904 (1872 ed.). "Ch 3 includes gemstones among the minimally-​described species; Ch 4 gives directions for hunting diamonds; Ch 3 […] devotes itself to...
Topics: Prospecting, Mineralogy, Determinative
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New ed. with appendix. "Note" is dated "1901, W.T.B." Noted in Gemology by J. Sinkankas, entry no. 4908. "Enthusiastical​ly written, oversimplified treatise purporting to furnish would-be prospectors with the knowledge necessary to insure success in seeking minerals, ores, and gemstones."-​-​Gemology by J. Sinkankas, entry no. 4904 (1872 ed.). "Ch 3 includes gemstones among the minimally-​described species; Ch 4 gives directions for hunting diamonds;...
Topics: Minerals--Collectors and collecting, Prospecting, Mineralogy, Determinative
3d ed. "Nach dem Englischen von A. Feldmann."--title page Other title: Land of gold, diamonds and ivory : being a comprehensive handbook and guide to the colonies, states and republics of South and East Africa
Topics: Africa, Southern--Description and travel, Africa, East--Description and travel
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Jul 15, 2021 Jaggar, Thomas Augustus, Jr.
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IN: Zeitschrift fur Krystallographi​e etc. XXXIX, Band, 3 Heft. Hierzu Tafel IV und V.
Topic: Geology
Topic: Jewelry--Collectors and collecting
Summary: "The recipes cover many scientific/tech​nological areas but there is also much to interest the gemologist because many recipes call for the bleaching or coloration of marbles, alabasters, and gemstones, while others give directions for manufacturing fake gemstones...Als​o contained herein are dye processes, restoring color in stained turquoise, coloration of quartz by heat-cracking & infusion of dye solution, improving luster of pearls, etc."--Gemology by J....
Topics: Industrial arts--Early works to 1800, Workshop recipes--Early works to 1800, Precious stones--Early...
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Jul 15, 2021 Optic, Oliver, 1822-1897
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Topics: Diamonds--Juvenile literature, Diamonds--Fiction
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"With monographs on geology, ore deposits, etc. by Donald A. MacAlister." Pages 232-247, advertising matter.
Topics: Prospecting, Mineralogy, Determinative
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Jun 21, 2021 Müller von Reichenstein, Franz Joseph, 1740-1825
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an Ignaz Edlen von Born ; mit zwo Kupfertafeln.
Topics: Tourmaline, Tourmaline--Austria--Tyrol
7th ed. Includes index.
Topics: Minerals--Collection and preservation, Minerals--Identification, Precious stones--Identification
3d ed. "Entirely re-written, and generally following the System of Werner, with an explanation of peculiar phrases, and a description of the blow-pipe and lapidaries' apparatus"-​- title page. Errata: p. [xx].
Topics: Minerals--Collection and preservation, Minerals--Identification, Mineralogy
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Jun 21, 2021 Oakenfull, J. C.
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2nd ed. "First edition, Brazil in 1909, (exhausted)"--title page Includes bibliographies.
Topics: Brazil, Brazil--Economic conditions
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Jun 18, 2021 Orpheus
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a quibusdam adscriptum, Græce et latine, ex editione Jo. Matthiæ Gesneri. Recensuit notasque adjecit Thomas Tyrwhitt. Simul prodit Auctarium dissertationes de Babrio. Errata: p. 125 (misbound following title page) "Dissertatio de Babrio" by Thomas Tyrwhitt has separate titlepage dated 1776. "Auctarium dissertationes de Babrio" continues the pagination and register of the "Dissertatio de Babrio". Noted in Gemology by J. Sinkankas, entry no. 4893. Latin and Greek...
Topics: Precious stones--Early works to 1800, Precious stones--Poetry
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Jun 18, 2021 Meunier, Stanislaus, 1843-1925
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At head of title: Bibliotheque des ecoles et des familles "Popular treatise on the economic minerals, metals, stones, phosphate, salts, and combustibles... Illustrations: open-pit diamond mine in Panna, India ... 2 views of South African diamond mines, and the frontispiece illustrations of a convoy for Brazilian diamonds..."-​-​Gemology by J. Sinkankas, entry no. 4427. Partial contents: Ch. 10. Les gemmes ou pierres precieuses -- Ch. 11. Les pierres fines translucides ou opaques.
Topics: Mines and mineral resources, Diamond mines and mining
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Jun 9, 2021 Millin, A. L. (Aubin Louis), 1759-1818
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2e. ed., augm. et corr. Largely rewritten from first edition, "much new matter added, and now with index."-​-​Gemology by J. Sinkankas, entry no. 4490. Includes bibliographical references (p. [110]-131) and index.
Topics: Glyptics--Early works to 1800, Gems--Early works to 1800
5th ed. Includes index.
Topics: Mineralogy, Geology, Gem cutting
4th ed. Includes index.
Topics: Mineralogy, Geology, Gem cutting
2nd ed. This edition includes a colored plate of mineral specimens following p. vi.
Topics: Mineralogy, Geology, Gem cutting
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Jun 9, 2021 Mitchell, Henry
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"together with the Transvaal Gold Law and other useful information."
Topics: Mining law--Africa, South, Diamond mines and mining--Africa, South
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Jun 9, 2021 Holder, Charles Frederick, 1851-1915
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Marvels of animal life series. "Bibliography, comprising a list of the published works relating to the elephant": p. 317-323.
Topic: Elephants
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May 28, 2021 Mathews, Edward Bennett, 1869-
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Compiled by Edward B. Mathews for Research Information Service and Division of Geology and Geography, National Research Council. Bulletin of the National Research Council, no. 26 (v. 6, pt. 5), Oct. 1923.
Topics: Geology--Bibliography, Bibliography--Bibliography--Geology
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May 21, 2021 Mikimoto, Kokichi, 1858-1954
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Partial contents: Nature of pearls -- Culture pearls -- The history of the Japanese culture pearl -- The Mikimoto pearl-culture farm -- The Japanese culture pearls -- Recognitions of success [awards given to Mikimoto]. Noted in Gemology by J. Sinkankas, entry no. 4472. "Handsome, well-​illustrated brochure, perhaps the first to be issued in this form by the Mikimoto company. Provides brief comments on the natural history of pearl -bearing mollusks, pearl culture , history of the...
Topics: Mikimoto (Firm), Cultured pearls--History, Cultured pearls--Japan
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May 21, 2021 Mikimoto, Kokichi, 1858-1954
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"Handsome, well-​illustrated brochure, perhaps the first to be issued in this form by the Mikimoto company. Provides brief comments on the natural history of pearl-bearing mollusks, pearl culture, history of the Japanese industry, the Mikimoto pearl farm, honors & prizes awarded, the 'War Fan' decorated with cultured pearls, and advertisements in English and Japanese. Subsequently similar brochures were issued by the company [in 1911 (JSL4472) and 1920?...
Topics: Mikimoto (Firm), Cultured pearls--History, Cultured pearls--Japan
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Dédiée aux artistes composé et gravé par P. Moreau. 2 volumes in 1 Second title page: Nouveau et Ve. cahier concernant l'orphèverie, bijouterie et emeaux
Topics: Metalwork--Design--History--18th century--Catalogs, Enamel and enameling--History--18th...
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[2nd ed.] Partial contents: 1. The precious metals.--2. Where the precious metals are found.--3. The silver mines of South America.--15. Diamond mines and celebrated diamonds.--16. Precious stones, and superstitions connected with them.--17. Crowns.--18. Common stones.
Topics: Mineral industries--History, Mines and mineral resources, Diamonds mines and mining
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May 21, 2021 Putnam, Palmer Cosslett, 1900-
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"References" p. 13.
Topic: Mineralogical chemistry
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May 21, 2021 Hume, Abraham, bart., 1749-1838
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By the Count de Bournon. Translated from the French. Catalogue raisonné des diamants dans le cabinet de Sir Abraham Hume, bart. [2nd ed.?] Error in paging: p. xxi numbered xix. Errata: p. [xxi] "Specimens now increased to 128 from 107; ... while the figures are now increased to 90 total. Reprinted from the same standing type up to where additional text begins."-​-​Gemology by J. Sinkankas, entry no. 830.
Topics: Diamond crystals--Catalogs, Diamonds--Private collections, Hume, Albert, bart., 1749-1838--Catalogs...
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May 13, 2021 Cushing, H. P. (Henry Platt), 1860-1921
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New York. State Museum. Bulletin no. 259.
Topic: Geology--New York (State)
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May 13, 2021 Gebhart, Hans
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"Mit 255 abbildungen im text." "Künstler-und signaturverzeic​hnis": p. [187]-225. Advertising matter: p. 229-232. Includes bibliographical references (p. [226]-228). "A highly regarded and frequently consulted work on engraved gems."-​-​Gemology by J. Sinkankas, entry no. 2326. "The first ten pages deal with the art of engraving and provide definitions of appertaining terms, derivations of certain terms, brief descriptions of gem materials, technique of...
Topics: Glyptics--History, Gems, Cameos
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May 13, 2021 Williamson, George Charles, 1858-
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Topic: Collectors and collecting
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May 7, 2021 Pelliot, Paul, 1878-1945
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"Highly esteemed detailed description of jades in C T Loo's collection but perhaps most valuable for its discerning comments in the introduction. After citing previous important monographs and briefly discussing the mineralogical nature of the nephrite used by the Chinese, he stresses the importance of the jade in Chinese culture and the symbolic forms, etc used in the carvings[…]"-​-​Gemology by J. Sinkankas, entry no. 5059. "Only a very limited number of these catalogs...
Topics: Jade art objects, Jade art objects--China
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May 7, 2021 Mastin, John, b. 1865
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5th ed. "Written as a speculative essay."-​-​Gemology by J. Sinkankas, entry no. 4253.
Topic: Mines and mineral resources--History
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Apr 30, 2021 Maurice Beck Fils et Neveu
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Jewelry trade catalog
Topics: Jewelers--France--Catalogs, Jewelers--France--19th century, Jewelers--France--20th century
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Apr 30, 2021 Frey, Hans
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Mit 4 farbigen Mineraltafeln, einer Profiltafel und 263 Abbildungen im Text. 8. Aufl.
Topics: Mineralogy, Geology
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Apr 30, 2021 Marlitt, E. (Eugenie), 1825-1887
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"An interesting tale that moves from a ghost story to one of romance and intrigue in the years of German monarchy...The 273 pages go quickly as this episodic tale takes one interesting turn after another. It is worth discovering."-​-​https://www.ama​zon.com
Topic: Fiction
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Apr 12, 2021 Rosenthal, Léonard, 1870-1955
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Partial contents: Le bijou superstitions et moralités -- La légende de l'Émeraude -- La légende du Rubis -- La légende du Saphir -- Les gemmes et leurs vertus -- Les pierres gravées -- La magie et les superstitions. Illusttations de Léon Carré.
Topics: Gems, Gems--Folklore
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ex vitro obsidiano et massa quadam studio P. D. Lipperti fusa et efficta. "A catalog briefly describing 1,000 impressions of antique engraved gems, manufactured and sold by Lippert...the pioneer in the large-scale manufacture & distribution of engraved gem impressions."-​-​Gemology by J. Sinkankas, entry no. 3990.
Topics: Glyptics--Catalogs--Early works to 1800, Gems, Ancient--Catalogs--Early works to 1800,...
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Apr 12, 2021 Kemp, James Furman, 1859-1926
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Topics: Mines and mineral resources, Geology, Economic
"Reprint of 1812 ed with new t.p.; not seen."-​-​Gemology by J. Sinkankas, entry no. 4271.
Topics: Mines and mineral resources--Brazil, Gold mines and mining--Brazil, Diamond mines and...
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Apr 5, 2021 Jones, William, F. S. A.
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2nd Ed. The Prize Library. Partial contents: 1. The precious metals.--2. Where the precious metals are found.--3. The silver mines of South America.--15. Daimond mines, and celebrated diamonds.--16. Precious stones, and superstitions connected with them.--17. Crowns.--18. Common stones.
Topics: Mineral industries--History, Diamond mines and mining, Mines and mineral resources--History
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Apr 5, 2021 Oved, Mosheh, b. 1885
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"The author tells of his boyhood in Russian Poland, his experiences in getting to England, and his eventual stay in his adopted country where he entered a lifetime career of buying and selling jewelry and gems. In later years he became proprieter of "Cameo Corner, a small but sought-out shop several squares from the British Museum in Bloomsbury, London. The shop continued operation into the 1970's."-​-​Gemology by J. Sinkankas, entry no. 4926. Author signed "Moysheh...
Topic: Jewelry
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Apr 5, 2021 Meade, L. T., 1844-1914
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Topics: Rubies--Fiction, Rubies--Juvenile literature
"The subjects collected and arranged by Ferdinand Luthmer"
Topics: Jewelry, Goldwork, Art, Renaissance
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Apr 2, 2021 Merle, Antoine
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Extrait du Bulletin de la Société française des ingénieurs coloniaux. Includes bibliographical footnotes.
Topic: Mines and mineral resources--Madagascar
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Apr 2, 2021 Curtis, C. Densmore
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This is one volume from the series of monographs from Publications of the American Society for the Excavation of Sardis.
Topics: Jewelry, Goldwork, Sardis
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Apr 2, 2021 Loftie, William John, 1839-
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"Issued to celebrate the crowning of King Edward VII (1841-1910) in August 1902; it contains much original artwork specially created for the occasion, not to mention the elaborate decoration of the book itself. The first chapter treats crowns and thrones generally, followed by a chapter on the regalia, and others on ceremonies."--Gemology by J. Sinkankas, entry no. 4024.
Topic: Coronations--Great Britain
Compuesto por el licenciado Alvaro Alonso Barba ; Nuevamente ahora añadido. Con el Tratado de las antiguas minas de España que escribiò Don Alonso Carrillo y Laso... "La edición que hoy damos a la luz pública, según hemos dicho más arriba, es una reproducción facsímil de la de 1770."--3rd prelim. leaf. A special facsimile reprint of 1000 copies, not for sale, of the vary rare 1770 edition of "[t]he first significant book in Spanish on metals, minerals and mines of the...
Topics: Metals--Early works to 1800, Mines and mineral resources--Early works to 1800, Metallurgy--Early...
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Mar 29, 2021 Kingston, William Henry Giles, 1814-1880
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Topic: Mines and mineral resources